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About M.J.Lampert

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    central British Columbia, Canada
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    knives, history, outdoors, horses, fire, electronics, robots...

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  1. my same thoughts saw some excellent appys in the mountains didn't get much on pics but therewas a red roan i have a few of glad your still kickn M.J.Lampert
  2. heading out today made this scabbard for my axe yesterday, talk to you all when i get back and keep safe M.J.Lampert
  3. sorry i should have explained better at base camp there is a cook out at spike camps the guide and/or wrangler will do the cooking the wrangler at the least is stuck with dishes (we are usually blessed by the inventor of paper plates) also yes on a drive I have herd of stories of what happened if someone decided to mess with chucky they would get some oil in the next meal, and runs for the next day. this was an effective safe guard as for a man on a horse getting off every time you need to let on rip (quite often with all the beans)and this would be a simple waty for chucky to get revenge not sure this could be an urban legend if so correct me M.J.Lampert on the other hand i am going to grab the few items i still need from the city
  4. not sure but there's either a lip or a delamination on the last photo showing otherwise looks great M.J.Lampert
  5. month and a half, 3 hunts moose and caribou as well as wolves this will be the longest trip i have been on (the last one was me and father for 2 weeks after bison ) PS I might end up being chucky for part of the time NO I might get kicked out of camp for that or at the least be allowed zero access to the axe/hatchet (I had to look that up and was surprised i was able to sleep after that) ok that's quite funny in a very dark way M.J.Lampert
  6. this is where i will be posting pics of this years wrangler trip (for those who don't know a wrangler is the person incharge of the horses, in my case for a hunting outfitter) i will also hopfully give some pics as i prepare for the trip keep safe y'all and don't burn yourselves when I'm gone M.J.Lampert
  7. haven't been in the shop for the last while and wont be for the next month and a half as I am going wrangling for a hunting outfitter will start a thread in everything-else to post pics in on that note what do y'all recommend for hiking boots i destroyed my last pair and was very unhappy with them (the soles where to hard and i slipped on damp rocks tp happy your OK M.J.Lampert
  8. i recently pulled strut springs off a pair and luckily my father was there to stop me or i might not be here with the proper tools is safe. without it can kill you on a side note i got 2 fix up snow machines today a 500 and a 440cc hope to post pict tomorrow M.J.Lampert
  9. we had some wind today, destroyed the hinges on the pumphouse/ cellar door also Saturday we had a late lamber with 2 new ones M.J.Lampert
  10. here you go not the best pic but it sufices M.J.Lampert
  11. my father has the same one and i have found it wonderful i really enjoy using it M.J.Lampert
  12. looks nice will try to share a pic of one my great-grandpa made he silver-soldered carbides on the tips M.J.Lampert
  13. nope not just you also the welder or grinder boy M.J.Lampert
  14. D i would recommend wearing a respirator when working with antler as the dust is hazardous also i would agree on the san mai M.J.Lampert
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